Mille Dinesen is a Danish actress best known for starring in the film Nynne, as well as the title role in the television series Rita.
Tell us a little about yourself
My morning routine seems for many very complicated. However, I do not think so – it's a matter of habit. After a long time it's the same as brushing teeth or just breathing. I'm currently pregnant so my habits are a little different than otherwise. I'm starting with a shot Krauterblut. Then I make my very special morning beverage. A shot I've been drinking for almost 16 years each morning. I change it up sometimes. At the moment it consists of flaxseed oil, fish oil, chlorella powder, and okinawakalk. I also ad a teaspoon of turmeric powder and pepper. Everything is gently stirred up in a little apple juice. Then I eat a little breakfast (overnight oats or toasted rye bread with cheese etc.)
My vitamin and mineral supplements consist of:
4 Vitamax (just taking VITAMAMA) morning and evening, 1-2 C vitamin, 1 Selenium, 1 Q10, 1 B12, 3 CalMag (evening).
What is your everyday routine?
It could be called 5-2. I live predominantly healthy every single day and go off the railes on the weekends. My indulgence is ice creem. Everything in moderation.
What is your approach to a healthy lifestyle?
We are in Denmark subject to rigorous rules about how powerful vitamins and minerals must be. It is in principle a good thing. However, I'm just convinced that if it's going to have an effect and help you with your deficiency, then you need other alternatives. VITAVIVA's products are a great helper here. We do not get the vitamins and minerals we need through our diet, so in my view it is necessary with dietary supplements. At the same time it is important to say that it's never a substitute for healthy food.
Which are your favorite VITAVIVA products?
If I can only say one then it must be Vitamax. Vitamax is he most potent mulitvitamin pill on the market (or 4). At the same time, I am also a big fan of VITAMAMA beacuse I am pregnant.
Do you have a mantra that you swear by?
Keeping healthy is not just a matter of doing something good for your body now, but it is also an investment of good old age.